Press Roundup

A summary of Friday's business headlines. Coverage of US elections and Donald Trump, Brexit, copper, L'Oreal, UK workers' pay, Treasury, Apple, and much more...

FINANCIAL TIMES

Trump's economic boom risks ending in tears for markets

US Treasuries sell-off continues as inflation fears mount

Bond fund managers help limit clients' post-election losses

Fannie and Freddie may need billions more in public funds

Copper: the commodities slouch that has found top gear

Apple in line of fire if trade wars start

L'Oreal sued over haircare product by Californian start-up

Australia's richest man embroiled in TripAdvisor censorship claims

China's Ctrip to buy Skyscanner for £1.4bn

Fannie and Freddie may need billions more in public funds

UK workers face worst decade for pay in 70 years

Welsh town revels in link to France's possible first lady

Cutting it elsewhere: how to change career

Treasury denies threat to tax relief on high-earners' pensions

The wages of Brexit are bigger debts

EU parliament chief to quit, setting stage for Merkel challenge

Honeymoon is over for new Saudi leader as reform pain kicks in

China orders Xinjiang residents to hand in passports

Welsh town revels in link to France's possible first lady

Donald Trump expected to name Wilbur Ross as commerce secretary

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